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Title 32Subtitle AChapter VSubchapter I → Part 636


Title 32: National Defense


PART 636—MOTOR VEHICLE TRAFFIC SUPERVISION (SPECIFIC INSTALLATIONS)


Contents
§636.0   Scope of this part.

Subpart A—Fort Stewart, Georgia

§636.1   Responsibilities.
§636.2   Program objectives.
§636.3   Suspension or revocation of driving privileges.
§636.4   Administrative due process for suspensions and revocations.
§636.5   Army administrative actions against intoxicated drivers.
§636.6   Remedial driver training program.
§636.7   Extensions of suspensions and revocations.
§636.8   Registration policy.
§636.9   Registration requirement.
§636.10   Hunter Army Airfield vehicle registration.
§636.11   Installation traffic codes.
§636.12   Traffic accident investigation.
§636.13   Traffic accident investigation reports.
§636.14   Parking.
§636.15   Traffic violation reports.
§636.16   Detection, apprehension, and testing of intoxicated drivers.
§636.17   Compliance with State laws.
§636.18   Driving records.
§636.19   Point system application.
§636.20   Point system procedures.
§636.21   Obedience to official traffic control devices.
§636.22   Speed regulations.
§636.23   Turning movements.
§636.24   Driving on right side of roadway; use of roadway.
§636.25   Right-of-way.
§636.26   Pedestrian's rights and duties.
§636.27   Regulations for bicycles.
§636.28   Special rules for motorcycles/mopeds.
§636.29   Go-carts, minibikes, and all terrain vehicles (ATV's).
§636.30   Stopping, standing and parking.
§636.31   Abandoned vehicles.
§636.32   Miscellaneous instructions.
§636.33   Vehicle safety inspection criteria.
§636.34   Restraint systems.
§636.35   Headphones and earphones.
§636.36   Alcoholic beverages.
§636.37   Use of “Denver Boot” device.
§636.38   Impounding privately owned vehicles (POVs).
Appendix A to Part 636—References
Appendixes B-C to Part 636 [Reserved]
Appendix D to Part 636—Glossary

Authority: 10 U.S.C. 30112(g); 5 U.S.C. 2951; Pub. L. 89-564; 89-670; 91-605; and 93-87.

Source: 56 FR 28077, June 19, 1991, unless otherwise noted.

§636.0   Scope of this part.

This part contains regulations which are in addition to the motor vehicle supervision regulations contained in 32 CFR part 634. Each subpart in this part contains additional regulations specific to the named installation.

Subpart A—Fort Stewart, Georgia

§636.1   Responsibilities.

In addition to the responsibilities described in §634.4 of this subchapter, Unit Commanders will:

(a) Monitor and control parking of military and privately owned vehicles within the unit's area, to include motor pools and assigned training areas.

(b) Establish a program in accordance with 24th Infantry Division (Mechanized) and Fort Stewart Regulation 755-2 to identify abandoned privately owned vehicles in the unit's area and coordinate with the Military Police for impoundment.

(c) In coordination with the Military Police, identify problem drivers in the unit and take appropriate action to improve their driving habits.

(d) Ensure that the contents of this part are explained to all newly assigned personnel, including personnel on temporary duty with their unit for 10 days or more.

(e) Identify unit member's vehicles which have obvious safety defects (see §636.33) and take appropriate action to have the defect corrected. Commanders who cause a vehicle to be removed from the installation without the consent of the owner could be found liable for subsequent damage done to the vehicle provided that the damage was the result of negligence on the part of the government personnel.

(f) Identify those individuals required to attend the Defensive Driving Course (DDC) or Motorcycle Defensive Driving Course (MDDC) and ensure their attendance at the course.

§636.2   Program objectives.

In addition to the requirements of §634.5 of this subchapter:

(a) The entry of motor vehicles on the Fort Stewart/Hunter Army Airfield reservation is permitted by the Commanding General under the conditions prescribed by this part. Upon entering the military reservation, the driver subjects himself and his vehicle to reasonable search. The authority to search vehicles on post is subject to the provisions of AR 190-22 and AR 210-10. This part is not applicable to vehicle safety inspections and spot checks conducted primarily for purposes of safety.

(b) The Military Police may:

(1) Inspect any vehicle operated on the reservation for mechanical condition.

(2) Impound, exclude, or remove from the reservation any vehicle used as an instrument in a crime, suspected of being stolen, abandoned, inoperable, unregistered, or being operated by a person under the influence of intoxicants or drugs. No vehicle will be impounded unless the impoundment meets the requirements of AR 190-5, paragraph 6-2 (32 CFR 634.50) and §636.38 of this subpart. In the event a vehicle is impounded as an instrument of crime (particularly in the transport of illegal drugs or weapons), coordination will be made with the appropriate civilian law enforcement agencies.

(3) Subsequent to a lawful apprehension, seize for administrative forfeiture proceedings all conveyances which are used, or are intended to be used to transport, sell or receive, process or conceal illegal drugs or drug paraphernalia, or in any way facilitate the foregoing. A conveyance is defined as any mobile object capable of transporting objects or people (e.g., automobile, truck, motorcycle, boat, airplane, etc.).

(c) The Commander or other persons designated authority by the Commander may suspend or revoke the installation driving privileges of any person as authorized by part 634 of this subchapter and this section.

(d) Unit commanders may request temporary suspension of an assigned member's installation driving privilege for cause (e.g., continued minor driving infractions, numerous parking violations, etc.). Such requests will be submitted in writing to the Commander, 24th Infantry Division (Mechanized) and Fort Stewart, ATTN: AFZP-PM, Fort Stewart, Georgia 31314-5000. Reasons for such requests will be explained. Unit commanders retain the authority to suspend a soldier's military vehicle driving privileges in accordance with AR 385-55.

§636.3   Suspension or revocation of driving privileges.

In addition to the requirements of §634.10 of this subchapter:

(a) Administrative suspension or revocation of installation driving privileges applies to the operation of a motor vehicle on Fort Stewart/Hunter Army Airfield.

(b) Installation driving privileges will be suspended for up to 6 months for drivers who accumulate 12 traffic points within 12 consecutive months, or 18 traffic points within 24 consecutive months.

(c) The Garrison Commander and Deputy Garrison Commander are designated as suspension/revocation authorities for:

(1) Suspension of driving privileges should the evidence indicate that a charge of driving under the influence is warranted or;

(2) The suspension/revocation for accumulation of 12 traffic points within 12 months or 18 points within 24 consecutive months.

§636.4   Administrative due process for suspensions and revocations.

In addition to the requirements of §634.11(a) of this subchapter:

(a) The Provost Marshal or his designee will provide the written notice of pending action and offer of an administrative hearing using AFZP Form Letter 316, Suspension of Installation Driving Privileges.

(b) The Garrison Commander and Deputy Garrison Commander are designated as reviewing authorities to conduct administrative hearings.

(c) Individuals who desire an administrative hearing to review a decision to impose immediate suspension, or to appeal the decision of the administrative hearing officer, will adhere to the following procedures. A request for an administrative hearing will be forwarded through their supervisory chain of command. Requests from family members or non-employee civilians can be forwarded to the Provost Marshal's Administrative Section at Fort Stewart or Hunter Army Airfield and can either be delivered or post marked within ten days of notification of the suspension action.

(d) Individuals who were initially charged with driving under the influence (DUI) based in part on a blood alcohol content (BAC) test which has not subsequently been invalidated and who are found not guilty of DUI may request a hearing to determine if their driving privileges should be restored. Such requests shall be forwarded through their chain of command to arrive at the Provost Marshal's Office (AFZP-PMA for Fort Stewart or AFZP-PM-H for Hunter Army Airfield) not later than ten working days after the date of court action.

§636.5   Army administrative actions against intoxicated drivers.

For this installation, in violation of State law referenced in §634.12(a)(3) of this subchapter, means a blood alcohol content of 0.10 percent or higher as set forth in Official Code of Georgia Annotated 40-6-392(b)(3).

§636.6   Remedial driver training program.

For this installation remedial driving training program referenced in §634.12(b) of this subchapter is operated by the Installation Safety Office. Driving privileges may be withheld beyond expiration of the sanction to complete remedial driving or alcohol and drug rehabilitation programs in accordance with AR 190-5, paragraphs 2-12c and d, and 5-4f (32 CFR 634.17(c) and (d) and 634.17(f)).

§636.7   Extensions of suspensions and revocations.

In addition to the requirements in §634.17(a) of this subchapter, for each subsequent violation of the suspension period, an additional five years will be added to the suspension period for this installation (see Table 634.46 in §634.46 of this subchapter).

§636.8   Registration policy.

In addition to the requirements of §634.19(a) of this subchapter, motor vehicles which are owned and/or operated by a person who resides, performs duty, is employed on, or “frequently uses” the facilities of Hunter Army Airfield will be registered in accordance with the requirements of §634.20 of this subchapter. Frequent users include but are not limited to family members, retirees, and civilians whose normal route of travel between home and work takes them through the installation.

§636.9   Registration requirement.

In addition to the requirements of §634.20 of this subchapter:

(a) The Military Police will cite violators on DD Form 1408 (Warning Citation) for observed safety defects. On a periodic basis, Military Police will conduct vehicle safety inspection operations using the criteria in §636.33.

(b) An individual possessing a valid USAREUR privately owned vehicle (POV) license may operate a motor vehicle in the State of Georgia for a period not to exceed 30 days. After the 30 day period the individual must obtain a valid license from the State of Georgia or another state to operate a motor vehicle in the State of Georgia.

(c) An individual returning a vehicle to Continental United States (CONUS) has 30 days from date of entry or 10 days after reporting for military duty to register that vehicle in the State of Georgia or another state. A temporary pass will be issued until this requirement has been met.

(d) Liability and no-fault insurance requirements. (1) All personnel operating vehicles on Fort Stewart/Hunter Army Airfield will obtain and maintain, at least, the minimum amount of liability and no-fault insurance required by the State of Georgia. The amounts are as follows:

(i) Liability:

(A) $15,000.00 per person per accident for bodily injury.

(B) $30,000.00 per incident for bodily injury.

(C) $10,000.00 per accident for property damage.

(ii) No-Fault—$5,000.00.

(2) Proof of this insurance will be required at the time of registration.

(e) Vehicle safety inspections are not required in the State of Georgia, however, vehicles operated on Fort Stewart/Hunter Army Airfield must be in safe operating condition and be able to pass spot vehicle safety equipment checks conducted by the Military Police. Safety criteria is set forth in §636.33 of this subpart.

§636.10   Hunter Army Airfield vehicle registration.

Personnel assigned or employed at Hunter Army Airfield are required to register their privately owned vehicles within five days after arrival to the installation. Requirements for registration are listed in AR 190-5 and this part.

(a) Temporary passes may be issued to personnel not assigned to the installation but requiring temporary access to the installation. These include personnel employed by construction and material handling vehicles requiring on post access. Personnel requesting temporary passes must meet the same requirements as do personnel requiring decals.

(1) Temporary passes will not exceed 45 days. Renewal of temporary passes is prohibited except upon approval of the Installation Commander or his/her designee.

(2) Temporary passes will be conspicuously placed on the left side of the vehicle dashboard between the dashboard and the front windshield. Nothing will be placed so as to obscure the view of the temporary pass from the exterior of the vehicle. The pass will remain in this position during the entire time the vehicle is on the installation. Failure to conspicuously display the temporary pass could result in the vehicle being removed from the installation.

(3) Temporary passes will remain with the vehicle for which they were issued and not be transferred to other vehicles.

(4) Each person driving a vehicle on the installation must individually meet the drivers license requirement of the installation as well as sign the temporary pass.

(5) Temporary passes will be returned to the Vehicle Registration section when they have expired or area no longer needed.

(b) Decals are to be issued to all military and civilian employees of Hunter Army Airfield, military retirees, and contractors/vendors doing extended business on the installations. Requirements outlined in AR 190-5 (32 CFR part 634) and this part must be met before decals are issued.

(c) Personnel requiring permanent decals, who do not meet the requirements outlined in AR 190-5 (32 CFR part 634) and this part, will be issued temporary passes not to exceed 45 days. Registration requirements will be met as soon as possible after issuance of the temporary pass. A decal may then be issued.

(d) DOD decals (DD Form 2220) will be utilized for vehicle registration. Additional installation name and expiration month and year decals will be utilized with sizes and coloration as prescribed in AR 190-5 (32 CFR part 634).

(e) Decals will be permanently affixed to the vehicles for which they are registered in one of two places:

(1) Exterior, front windshield lower left corner.

(2) Front, left bumper of the vehicle, conspicuously displayed. Decals will not be affixed to the front spoilers or any other area which obscures the viewing of the decal.

(3) Installation decals will be placed directly beneath and centered on the DOD decal. Expiration decals will be placed on each side and level with the DOD decal with the month on the left and the year on the right.

(4) Decals will not be affixed to any other portion of the vehicle other than listed in §636.10(e) (1) through (3).

§636.11   Installation traffic codes.

In addition to the requirements in §634.25(d) of this subchapter, on-post violations offenders will be cited under the appropriate Georgia Traffic Code as assimilated by 18 U.S.C. 13 (for civilians) and Art 134c, Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ) (for military). If no Georgia Code is appropriate for a specific offense, civilians will be cited under 40 U.S.C. 318a and military personnel will be cited under Art 92, UCMJ. The Fort Stewart/Hunter Army Airfield installation traffic code conforms to the State of Georgia Traffic Law.

§636.12   Traffic accident investigation.

In addition to the requirements in §634.28 of this subchapter, Military Police at Fort Stewart/Hunter Army Airfield installation will investigate reportable motor vehicle accidents involving government owned or privately owned vehicles.

§636.13   Traffic accident investigation reports.

In addition to the requirements in §634.29 of this subchapter:

(a) Military Police at Fort Stewart/Hunter Army Airfield installations will record traffic accident investigations on DA Form 3946 (Military Police Traffic Accident Report) and DA Form 3975 (Military Police Report).

(b) All privately owned motor vehicle accidents on Fort Stewart or Hunter Army Airfield will be immediately reported to the Military Police for investigation. Unless an emergency situation exists, vehicle(s) involved in an accident will only be moved on order of the Military Police.

§636.14   Parking.

In addition to the requirements in §634.31 of this subchapter:

(a) Military Police will enforce parking in handicapped and Commanding General reserved parking spaces at Fort Stewart/Hunter Army Airfield soldier service facilities and assess points in accordance with Table 634.46 in §634.46 of this subchapter and Table 636.19 in §636.19. Vehicles may be towed for such violations as parking in handicapped parking spaces and parking on a yellow curb among others.

(b) Reserved parking spaces in areas under the control of units or staff sections may be designated by the commander or staff section chief who is also responsible to control the use of these spaces.

(c) Parking spaces for tactical vehicles at the Main Exchange/Commissary area will be designated at the end of rows, farthest from the facilities. Only those vehicles properly authorized by unit commanders will be parked at the Main Exchange/Commissary area.

§636.15   Traffic violation reports.

In addition to the requirements in §634.32 of this subchapter:

(a) The Provost Marshal in coordination with the Staff Judge Advocate will determine what traffic offenses will be referred to the U.S. Magistrate Court by means of DD Form 1805.

(b) Of the four available actions on the back of the DD Form 1408, supervisors of civilian employees may take one of the following two actions.

(c) No action taken: A finding of not guilty. There must be an explanation of the reason for no action taken.

(d) Administration: A finding of guilty. This includes, but is not limited to, such actions as a written warning, letter of reprimand, or suspension. Supervisors should coordinate with CPO, MER branch before taking adverse action.

(e) Reports of Commander's action taken will be forwarded to the Provost Marshal Office through the appropriate major subordinate commander.

§636.16   Detection, apprehension, and testing of intoxicated drivers.

In addition to the requirements in §634.36 of this subchapter, the standard field sobriety test used by the Military Police may include the following tests:

(a) Horizontal gaze nystagmus.

(b) Walk and turn.

(c) One leg stand.

§636.17   Compliance with State laws.

In addition to the requirements of §634.42 of this subchapter, the Provost Marshal will conduct necessary coordination with civil enforcement agencies to ensure receipt of information and assistance as required. The Directorate of Logistics will secure any necessary permits for military movement on public roads and highways.

§636.18   Driving records.

In addition to the requirements in §634.44 of this subchapter, the Provost Marshal Office will maintain driver records.

§636.19   Point system application.

Table 636.19

Violation: Parking in a handicap zonePoints assessed: 3
Violation: Parking against a yellow curbPoints assessed: 3
Violation: Parking within 10 feet of a fire hydrantPoints assessed: 3
Violation: Impeding the flow of trafficPoints assessed: 3
Violation: Other parking violationsPoints assessed: 2

§636.20   Point system procedures.

In addition to the requirements of §634.47 of this subchapter:

(a) Reports of parking violations recorded on DD Form 1408 or DD Form 1805 will serve as a basis for determining point assessment.

(b) The instructions in paragraph (a) of this section also apply to the receipt of a DD Form 1408 (Armed Forces Traffic Ticket) for a parking violation.

§636.21   Obedience to official traffic control devices.

(a) All drivers will obey the instructions of official signs, unless directed to do otherwise by the Military Police.

(b) Official traffic control devices, such as traffic cones or barricades, are presumed to have been placed by proper authority.

§636.22   Speed regulations.

(a) Georgia state speed limits apply unless otherwise specified by this part.

(b) Drivers will operate their vehicles at a reasonable and prudent speed based on traffic and road conditions, regardless of posted speed limits.

(c) The speed limit on the installation is 30 miles per hour unless otherwise posted or if it falls within one of the special speed limit situations (see paragraph (d) of this section).

(d) The following special speed limits apply:

(1) When passing troop formations, 10 miles per hour.

(2) The authorized speed limit in the school zones is 15 miles per hour when any of the following conditions are present:

(i) A school crossing attendant is present.

(ii) Children are present in the area.

(iii) The flashing, yellow, caution lights are in operation.

(3) Fort Stewart housing areas, 20 miles per hour. Hunter Army Airfield housing areas, 15 miles per hour.

(4) Tactical vehicle drivers will obey posted speed limits; however, drivers will not exceed 40 miles per hour on paved roads and 25 miles per hour on unpaved roads and tank trails. Commercial Utility Cargo Vehicles (CUCV's) are tactical vehicles and will obey the following off-road driving speeds:

Day Driving:Trails, 16 MPH
   Cross County, 6 MPH
Night Driving:Trails, 5 MPH (with headlights)
   Cross Country, 5 MPH
Night Driving:Trails, 4 MPH (Black-out Drive)
   Cross County, 2.5 MPH

(5) Parking lots, 10 miles per hour.

(6) The authorized maximum speed limit for rough terrain forklifts when operated on hard surface roads will not exceed 15 miles per hour. These vehicles will also bear the Triangular Symbol to alert trailing vehicles as required by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) (29 CFR 1910.145).

§636.23   Turning movements.

(a) U-turns are prohibited on all streets in the cantonment area.

(b) Right-turns will be made from a position as close to the right edge or right curb of the roadway as possible.

(c) Left-turns will be made from a position as close to the center line as possible or from a left turn lane, if available.

(d) All turns will be signaled continuously beginning not less than 100 feet prior to the turn.

§636.24   Driving on right side of roadway; use of roadway.

(a) All drivers will use the right side of roadways, except:

(1) When passing a vehicle proceeding in the same direction.

(2) When an obstruction is blocking all or part of the right lane of the roadway.

(3) When driving on a one-way street.

(b) Drivers proceeding in opposite directions will pass to the right, each using one-half of the roadway.

(c) Drivers passing another vehicle traveling in the same direction will exercise the utmost caution and safety and will abide by all applicable traffic laws.

(d) Drivers of vehicles being passed will give way to the right and not increase their vehicle's speed.

(e) Drivers will allow a sufficient distance between their vehicle and the vehicle in front to allow a safe stop under all conditions.

§636.25   Right-of-way.

(a) When two vehicles enter an intersection from different highways at the same time, the driver of the vehicle on the left will yield right-of-way. When entering an intersection without traffic control devices from a highway which terminates at the intersection, that driver will yield right-of-way.

(b) Drivers turning left within an intersection will yield right-of-way to vehicles approaching from the opposite direction.

(c) Drivers approaching a stop sign will stop at the marked stop line, if present, or before entering the crosswalk, if present, or at a point nearest the intersecting roadway where the driver will yield the right-of-way, if required.

(d) Drivers approaching yield signs will slow down to a speed not exceeding 10 miles per hour and yield the right-of-way to any approaching vehicles, coming to a stop if necessary.

(e) Drivers entering or crossing a roadway from any place other than another roadway will yield the right-of-way to vehicles on the roadway.

(f) Upon the immediate approach of an authorized emergency vehicle identified as such, all drivers will yield the right-of-way to the emergency vehicle.

§636.26   Pedestrian's rights and duties.

(a) Pedestrians will obey all traffic control devices and regulations, unless directed to do otherwise by the Military Police.

(b) When traffic-control signals are not in place or not in operation, the driver of a vehicle will yield the right of way, by slowing down or stopping, when a pedestrian is in a crosswalk on the same side of the road as the driver's vehicle, or when the pedestrian is approaching so closely from the opposite half of the roadway as to be in danger.

(c) Pedestrians will not suddenly leave a curb or other place of safety and walk or run into the path of a vehicle which is so close to the crosswalk that it is impractical for the driver to stop.

(d) Pedestrians crossing a roadway, at a point other than a crosswalk, will yield the right-of-way.

(e) Pedestrians will not cross any intersection diagonally unless clearly authorized to do so.

(f) Every driver will exercise due care to avoid colliding with any pedestrian upon any roadway and will exercise proper precaution upon observing any child or any obviously confused, incapacitated, or intoxicated person.

(g) A person who is under the influence of intoxicating liquor or any drug to a degree which renders himself a hazard will not walk upon any roadway.

(h) Pedestrians will use sidewalks, where provided, rather than walking upon the roadway. When sidewalks are not provided, pedestrians will walk the shoulder of the roadway as far from the edge of the roadway as possible. When neither sidewalks nor a shoulder are available, pedestrians will walk on the extreme edge of the roadway, facing traffic, and will yield to all oncoming traffic.

(i) Individuals will not stand in or beside the roadway to solicit rides (hitch-hike).

(j) Individuals will not stand in or beside the roadway to solicit business, employment, or contributions from the occupant of any vehicle.

(k) Pedestrians will yield to all authorized emergency vehicles using an audible signal and/or a visual signal.

(l) The wearing of headphones or earphones by pedestrians or joggers while walking or jogging on roadways or on the shoulders of roadways is prohibited.

§636.27   Regulations for bicycles.

(a) Parents will not knowingly allow their children to violate any of the provisions of this section.

(b) Traffic laws and regulations in this part apply to persons riding bicycles. Bicycle riders are granted all the rights and are subject to all duties of motorized vehicle operators, except those which logically do not apply.

(c) Bicycles will be parked against the curb or in a rack, provided for that purpose, and will be secured.

(d) Bicycle riders will not attach the bicycle or themselves to any motorized vehicle operating upon the roadway.

(e) Bicycles will be ridden upon the roadway in single-file.

(f) Bicycles operated between dusk and dawn will utilize a headlight visible for a minimum of 300 feet and a rear reflector or red light visible for 300 feet to the rear.

(g) Bicycles will not be ridden without an operable brake system.

(h) Bicycles will not be ridden if the pedal, in its lowermost position, is more than 12 inches above the ground.

(i) If a bicycle/pedestrian path or sidewalk is present, bicyclists will use the patch or sidewalk instead of the roadway.

(j) Certain roadways have been designated and marked as being off-limits to bicyclists. Bicyclists will use an alternate roadway or a bicycle path rather than those roadways.

§636.28   Special rules for motorcycles/mopeds.

(a) Traffic laws and regulations in this part apply to persons riding motorcycles/mopeds. Motorcyle/moped operators are granted all the rights and are subject to all duties of motor vehicle operators, except those which logically do not apply.

(b) Motorcycles/moped operators will ride only while seated facing forward with one leg on either side of the vehicle on the permanent and regular seat of the vehicle. Passengers will not be carried unless the vehicle is designed to carry a passenger. Passengers will only be carried in a manner which neither interferes with the operation of the vehicle nor obstructs the operator's view. Operators will keep both hands on the vehicle's handlebars.

(c) Motorcycle/moped operators are entitled to the use of a full lane of traffic. Motorcycle/moped operators will not pass another vehicle using the same lane as the overtaken vehicle. Motorcycles/mopeds will not be operated between lanes of traffic or between adjacent lines or rows of vehicles.

(d) Motorcycles/moped headlights and tail lights will be illuminated at anytime the vehicle is being operated.

(e) Motorcycle/moped operators will not attach their vehicle or themselves to any other motorized vehicle operating upon the roadway.

(f) Footrests will be provided for passengers. Motorcycles/mopeds will not be operated with handlebars more than 15 inches above the seat which the operator occupies. No back rest attached to the motorcycle/moped will have a sharp point at its apex.

(g) All motorcycle/moped operators/passengers will comply with the following safety requirements:

(1) Wear the following protective equipment:

(i) Properly fastened (under the chin) DOT approved helmet.

(ii) Eye protection (clear goggles or a face shield attached to the helmet).

(iii) Full-fingered gloves.

(iv) Long trousers.

(v) Long-sleeved shirt or jacket (with sleeves rolled down).

(vi) Leather boots or over-the-ankle shoes.

(vii) High-visibility garments (bright color for day and retro-reflective for night).

(2) Motorcycle/moped headlights will be turned on at all times.

(3) Motorcycle/moped must have two rear-view mirrors (one mirror on each side of the handlebars).

(4) Use of headphones or earphones while driving is prohibited.

(h) Military personnel, civilian employees, and family member drivers of a privately or government-owned motorcycle/moped (two or three wheeled motor driven vehicles) are required to attend and complete an approved Motorcycle Defense Driving Course (MDDC) prior to operation of the motorcycle/moped on the installation. Upon completion of the course, personnel will be provided with a MDDC card. Personnel are authorized to operate their motorcycle/moped on the installation for the purpose of attending the motorcycle safety course. Attendance may be verified by contacting the Installation Safety Office.

§636.29   Go-carts, minibikes, and all terrain vehicles (ATV's).

(a) Operators of “go-carts,” “minibikes,” and ATV's 16 years of age or older, must comply with applicable Georgia State Law and Fort Stewart traffic laws and regulations contained in this part.

(b) “Go-carts,” “minibikes,” and ATV's operated on installation roadways are required to meet the requirements of this part and the Georgia Traffic Code.

(c) Off-road vehicles will only be operated in areas specified by the DPCA. The DPCA will specify conditions for off-road operation.

(d) “Go-carts,” “minibikes,” and ATV's will only be operated during daylight hours and will not be operated during periods of inclement weather or reduced visibility.

(e) Operators and passengers of “go-carts,” “minibikes,” and ATV's must wear approved protective helmets, eye protection, and footwear (open-toed footwear is prohibited).

(f) Soldiers or sponsors of persons operating “go-carts,” “minibikes,” and ATV's are responsible for the safe operation of the vehicle.

§636.30   Stopping, standing and parking.

(a) Drivers will not stop, park, or leave standing their vehicle, whether attended or unattended, upon the roadway when it is possible to stop, park or leave their vehicle off the roadway. In any case, parking or standing the vehicle upon the roadway will only be done in an emergency.

(b) Vehicles, not clearly identified as operated by a handicapped individual, will not be parked in a handicapped parking space.

(c) Whenever Military Police find a vehicle parked or stopped in violation of this section, they may immediately move, or cause to be moved, the vehicle off the roadway. At the direction of the Provost Marshall, or his designee, vehicles parked in restricted or reserved parking spaces, may be moved.

(d) The Military Police may remove or cause to be removed, to a safe place, any unattended vehicle illegally left standing upon any highway or bridge or within 10 feet of any railroad track on the installation.

(e) As a crime prevention measure, the Military Police may pick up keys left in vehicles, secure the vehicle in place, and post a notice directing the owner to proceed to the MP station to claim his/her keys. The program will be adequately publicized and will only be invoked after a conscientious attempt to locate the owner.

(f) No driver will stop, stand, or park a vehicle:

(1) On the roadway side of any vehicle stopped or parked at the edge of a curb or a street.

(2) On a sidewalk.

(3) Within an intersection.

(4) On a crosswalk.

(5) Alongside or opposite any street excavation or obstruction when traffic would be obstructed.

(6) Upon a bridge or other elevated structure.

(7) On any railroad tracks or within 10 feet of any rail road track.

(8) On any controlled-access highway.

(9) Where prohibited by official signs.

(10) Alongside any roadway in any manner which obstructs traffic.

(g) No driver will stand or park a vehicle, whether occupied or not, except momentarily to pick up or discharge a passenger or passengers:

(1) In front of a public or private driveway.

(2) Within 10 feet of a fire hydrant.

(3) Within 20 feet of a crosswalk at an intersection.

(4) Within 20 feet upon the approach to any flashing signal, a stop sign, yield sign, or traffic control signal located at the side of a roadway.

(5) Within 20 feet of a driveway entrance to any fire station and on the side of a street opposite the entrance to any fire station within 75 feet of said entrance (when properly sign posted).

(6) At any place where official signs prohibit standing.

(7) Adjacent to any curb painted yellow or identified, by signs, as a “No Parking” area.

(8) Along a roadway against the flow of traffic.

(9) Within 20 feet of any building in what would reasonably be considered a “fire-lane” unless specified as a parking space.

(10) Parallel parking along the curb is authorized in housing areas unless otherwise posted.

(11) Parking is prohibited upon lawns or grassed (seeded) areas, unless specifically authorized by the Provost Marshal. This prohibition is not intended, however, to extend to those locations designated as bivouac sites, range areas, etc.

(12) No dual-wheeled or tandem-wheeled recreational vehicles and trailers will be stored at government quarters. All other recreational vehicles, to include campers, trailers, boats, pop-up campers, and camper shells may be parked in the driveway area or under the carport of individual quarters. To prevent injury to children playing on and around trailers, one tire on each side of the trailer will be chocked in front and back. Trailer tongues, without installed supports, will either be left on the ground or supported in such a manner as to preclude the support tipping over and allowing the trailer tongue to fall. If the vehicle creates a safety hazard or is an eyesore, personnel are encouraged to use the storage facilities available at the Outdoor Recreation Center, Holbrook Pond, Fort Stewart, or at the Private Vehicle Storage area at Hunter Army Airfield. House trailers are not authorized to be parked in the quarters area. Campers, camper trailers, and tents will not be approved for occupancy in the quarters area. Parking of recreational vehicles on the street will be limited to 24 hours for owners to load and unload the vehicle at the owner's quarters.

(h) No driver will use a parking lot, sidewalk, fire lane, or vacant property to drive on in order to avoid a traffic control device or alter the traffic flow plan unless authorized to do so by the Military Police or a traffic control device.

§636.31   Abandoned vehicles.

(a) Any MP or DOD police officer who finds or has knowledge of a motor vehicle which has been left unattended or abandoned on a street, road, highway, parking lot, or any other real property of the installation for a period of at least 72 hours may be authorized by the Provost Marshal or his designee to cause said motor vehicle to be moved to an impoundment lot for storage.

(b) Any MP or DOD police officer who, under the provisions of this section, causes any motor vehicle to be moved to an impoundment lot or other temporary place of safety is acting with proper authority and within the scope of that officer's employment, except that any wanton or intentional damage done to any motor vehicle by any MP or DOD police officer should not be within the scope of either that officer's authority or employment.

(c) Unit commanders, with knowledge of an abandoned vehicle in their unit area, should attempt to identify the owner and have them remove the vehicle. When owners cannot be identified or are no longer assigned to this command, unit commanders will notify the MP's to initiate impoundment procedures.

(d) Civilian vehicles left abandoned on the reservation will be towed to an impoundment lot for further disposition.

(e) Personnel experiencing motor vehicle trouble may authorize the MP desk to obtain the assistance of a civilian wrecker, but in doing so, the government assumes no liability of payment for such services or possible resulting damage.

§636.32   Miscellaneous instructions.

(a) All unattended motor vehicles will have the engine stopped and the ignition locked.

(b) Vehicles will not be operated when so loaded with passengers and/or goods that the driver's view is blocked or control over the driving mechanism is interfered with.

(c) Drivers, other than on official business, will not follow any emergency vehicle, operating under emergency conditions, closer than 500 feet or park closer than 500 feet to any emergency vehicle stopped for an emergency.

(d) No vehicle will be driven over a fire hose unless directed to do so by a fire official, or the Military Police.

(e) Ground guides will be posted, during backing, at the left rear of any 34 ton or larger vehicle.

(f) All vehicles carrying a load will have the load secured and/or covered to prevent the load from blowing or bouncing off the vehicle.

(g) A red flag or red light, visible for at least 100 feet from the rear will be attached to any load protruding beyond the rear of any vehicle.

(h) Troop marches, physical training runs, etc., will not be conducted in a manner that will interfere with motor vehicle traffic on the Fort Stewart/Hunter Army Airfield reservation.

(1) Units participating in parades and related practices, road marches, etc., will not conduct such marches upon any hard surface road or traffic way unless coordination has been made with the Provost Marshal Office.

(2) Physical training runs, exercises, or tests will not be conducted upon any hard surface road or traffic way unless such is specifically allowed in 24th Infantry Division (Mechanized) and Fort Stewart Regulation 350-1.

(i) Congested housing areas on the installation require special precaution on the part of drivers and persons living in those areas.

(1) Parents can assist drivers in this regard by reminding their children that housing area streets are extremely dangerous and that playing in the street is prohibited.

(2) Bus stops are sites particularly prone to large numbers of children playing immediately adjacent to or actually in the roadway while awaiting arrival of the school bus.

(3) Complaints received by the MP desk, concerning children playing in the streets, must be investigated in the interest of safety. Repeated violations could result in further action by the chain of command.

(j) Vehicles and/or trailers will not be towed with a chain or rope (vehicles may be towed by another privately owned vehicle by use of a rigid tow bar).

(k) At entrances to Fort Stewart/Hunter Army Airfield where a gate guard is positioned, drivers are required to obey his/her instructions. During hours of darkness, headlights will be switched to parking lights upon approach to the gate.

(l) Motorists will drive with headlights illuminated at any time from a half hour after sunset to a half hour before sunrise and at any time when it is raining in the driving zone and at any other time when there is not sufficient visibility to render clearly discernible persons and vehicles on the highway at a distance of 500 feet ahead.

(m) Motor vehicles will not be operated if visibility to the front, rear, or side is rendered unsafe and improper from fogged or iced-over windows.

(n) Aircraft runways, taxiways, and aprons at Hunter Army Airfield and Wright Army Airfield and “OFF-LIMITS” to all privately owned vehicles.

(o) Extensive repairs to automobiles will not be undertaken in housing areas, parking lots, or other similar areas. Repairs extending over a 24 hour period will be considered extensive.

(p) Tactical vehicles will not be driven in housing areas. Post police or vehicles on similar details may drive in the housing areas as required.

(q) Active duty personnel residing on post are encouraged to have their privately owned bicycles, “go-carts,” and “minibikes” registered with the Provost Marshal's Office (Registration Branch) in conjunction with the Installation Crime Prevention Program.

(r) All personnel operating a vehicle on Fort Stewart/Hunter Army Airfield will have proof of insurance for the vehicle, in the vehicle at all times.

§636.33   Vehicle safety inspection criteria.

(a) The vehicle safety inspection criteria listed in this paragraph (a) are general in nature; specific evaluation techniques for these criteria are contained in Georgia Traffic Law.

(1) Headlights—every vehicle, except motorcycles, will have at least two headlights, one on each side of the front of the vehicle, capable of illuminating 500 feet to the front. Motorcycles will have one headlight.

(2) Tail Lamps—every vehicle will have at least one red, self-illuminating lamp, on the rear of the vehicle, visible from 500 feet to the rear.

(3) Registration Plate Lamp—every vehicle will have a lamp designed to illuminate the registration plate with white light making the plate legible from a distance of 50 feet.

(4) Rear Reflectors—every vehicle, except motorcycles, will have two red reflectors on the rear. Motorcycles will have one red reflector.

(5) Stop Lamp—every vehicle will have at least one red or yellow stop lamp on the rear which will be actuated upon application of the foot brake.

(6) Turn Signals—every vehicle will be equipped with electrical or mechanical turn signals capable of indicating any intention to turn either to the right or to the left, and visible from the front and rear. This requirement does not apply to any motorcycle or motor-driven cycle manufactured prior to 1 January 1972.

(7) Brakes—every vehicle will be equipped with brakes adequate to control the movement of and to stop and hold such vehicle.

(8) Horn—every vehicle will be equipped with an operable horn, capable of emitting sound audible for at least 200 feet.

(9) Muffler—every vehicle will have a muffler in good working order and in constant operation.

(10) Mirror—every vehicle, from which the driver's view is obstructed, will be equipped with a mirror reflecting a view of the highway for a distance of at least 200 feet to the rear.

(11) Windows—the view through vehicle windows will not be obstructed by any sign, poster, or other nontransparent material. Windshields and rear windows will not have starburst or spider webbing effect greater than 3 inches by 3 inches. No opaque or solid material including, but not limited to cardboard, plastic, or taped glass will be employed in lieu of glass.

(12) Windshield Wipers—every vehicle, except motorcycles, will be equipped with operable windshield wipers.

(13) Tires—every vehicle will be equipped with serviceable rubber tires which will have a tread depth of at least two thirty-seconds of an inch.

(14) Suspension Systems—no vehicle will have its rear end elevated above the vehicle manufacturer's designated height (49 CFR 570.8).

(b) The criteria listed in paragraph (a) of this section are not necessarily an inclusive list. A vehicle may be deemed unsafe to operate when any part of the vehicle is defective and renders the vehicle dangerous to others.

§636.34   Restraint systems.

(a) Restraint systems (seat belts) will be worn by all operators and passengers of U.S. Government vehicles on or off the installations.

(b) Restraint systems will be worn by all civilian personnel (family members, guests, and visitors) driving or riding in a private owned vehicle on the Fort Stewart/Hunter Army Airfield installations.

(c) Restraint systems will be worn by all soldiers and Reserve Component members on active Federal service driving or riding in a private owned vehicle whether on or off the installations.

(d) Infant/child restraint devices (car seats) are required in private owned vehicles for children 4 years old or under and not exceeding 45 pounds in weight.

(e) Restraint systems are required only in cars manufactured after model year 1966.

(f) The operator of a vehicle is responsible for ensuring the use of seat belts, shoulder restraints, and child restraining systems when applicable and may be cited for failure to comply (40 U.S.C. 318a).

(g) Passengers (over the age of 16) are responsible for ensuring that their seat belts/shoulder restraints are used when applicable and may be cited for failure to comply (40 U.S.C. 318a).

§636.35   Headphones and earphones.

The wearing of headphones or earphones is prohibited while driving a U.S. Government vehicle, POV, motorcycle, or other self-propelled two-wheel, three-wheel, or four-wheel vehicle powered by a motorcycle type engine. This does not negate the requirement for wearing hearing protection when conditions or good judgment dictate use of such protection.

§636.36   Alcoholic beverages.

(a) Consuming alcoholic beverages as an operator or passenger in or on U.S. Government or privately owned vehicles is prohibited.

(b) Consuming alcoholic beverages on any roadway, parking lot, or where otherwise posted is prohibited.

(c) Having open containers of alcoholic beverages in vehicles or areas not designated for the consumption of alcohol is prohibited.

§636.37   Use of “Denver Boot” device.

The “Denver Boot” device will be used by Military Police as an additional technique to assist in the enforcement of parking violations when other reasonably effective but less restrictive means of enforcement (such as warnings, ticketing, reprimands, suspensions, or revocations of on-post driving privileges) have failed, or immobilization of the private owned vehicle is necessary for safety.

(a) The use of booting devices will be limited to application by the Military Police under the following conditions:

(1) Immobilization of unsafe, uninspected, or unregistered vehicles.

(2) Immobilization of vehicles involved in criminal activity.

(3) For repeat offenders of the parking violations outlined in this supplement. Three or more parking violations within 6 months constitutes grounds to boot the vehicle.

(4) At the discretion of the Provost Marshal or his designee, on a case-by-case basis.

(b) Booted vehicle will be marked, for driver notification, by placing an orange in color notice on the vehicle windshield. The notice will contain information on why the vehicle was booted and instructions on how to have the booting device properly removed by the Military Police (see figure 636.37).

Figure 636.37. Driver Booting Device Notice

1. Your vehicle is illegally parked and has been secured in place by the Military Police with a vehicle restraining device. Do not move this vehicle until the restraining device is properly removed by the Military Police.

2. Any movement, or attempted movement, of this vehicle could result in damage to the device and the vehicle. You will be responsible for any such damage to the vehicle and/or the restraining device.

3. Any removal, or attempted removal, of the device could result in you being charged with a criminal offense.

4. To have this device properly removed by the Military Police, contact the following:

Mon-Fri, 7: a.m.-5: p.m., Bldg 292,

Phone 767-2848/8659

Non-Duty Hours, Bldg 285, Phone 767-2822

Notice

§636.38   Impounding privately owned vehicles (POVs).

This section provides the standards and procedures for towing, inventorying, searching, impounding, and disposing of private owned vehicles.

(a) Implied consent to vehicle impoundment. Any person granted the privilege of operating a motor vehicle on the Fort Stewart/Hunter Army Airfield installations shall be deemed to have given his or her consent for the removal and temporary impoundment of the privately owned vehicle when it is parked illegally for unreasonable periods, interfering with operations, creating a safety hazard, disabled by accident, left unattended in a restricted or controlled area, or abandoned. Such vehicles will be towed by a contracted civilian wrecker service and placed in that service's storage lot. Such persons further agree to reimburse the civilian wrecker service for the cost of towing and storage should their vehicle be removed or impounded.

(b) Standards of impoundment. (1) Privately owned vehicles will not be impounded unless they clearly interfere with ongoing operations or movement of traffic, threaten public safety or convenience, are involved in criminal activity, contain evidence of criminal activity, or are stolen or abandoned.

(2) The impoundment of a privately owned vehicle is inappropriate when reasonable alternatives to impoundment exist.

(i) An attempt will be made to locate the owner of the privately owned vehicle and have the vehicle removed.

(ii) The vehicle may be moved a short distance to a legal parking area and temporarily secured until the owner is located.

(iii) Another responsible person may be allowed to drive or tow the privately owned vehicle with permission from the owner, operator, or person empowered to control the vehicle. In this case, the owner, operator, or person empowered to control the vehicle will be informed that the Military Police are not responsible for safeguarding the privately owned vehicle.

(3) Impounding of privately owned vehicle is justified when any of the following conditions exist:

(i) The privately owned vehicle is illegally parked—

(A) On a street or bridge, or is double parking and interferes with the orderly flow of traffic.

(B) On a sidewalk, within an intersection, or a cross-walk, on a railroad track, in a fire lane, or is blocking a driveway, so that the vehicle interferes with the operations or creates a safety hazard to other roadway users or the general public. An example would be a vehicle parked within 15 feet of a fire hydrant or blocking a properly marked driveway of a fire station or aircraft-alert crew facility.

(C) When blocking an emergency exit door of any public place (installation theater, club, dining facility, hospital, or other facility).

(D) In a “tow-away” zone that is so marked with proper signs.

(ii) The privately owned vehicle interferes with—

(A) Street cleaning operations and attempts to contact the owner have been unsuccessful.

(B) Emergency operations during a natural disaster or fire or must be removed from the disaster area during cleanup operations.

(iii) The privately owned vehicle has been used in a crime or contains evidence of criminal activity.

(iv) The owner or person in charge has been apprehended and is unable or unwilling to arrange for custody or removal.

(v) The privately owned vehicle is mechanically defective and is a menace to others using the public roadways.

(vi) The privately owned vehicle is disabled by a traffic incident and the operator is either unavailable or physically incapable of having the vehicle towed to a place of safety for storage or safekeeping.

(vii) Military Police reasonably believe the vehicle is abandoned.

(c) Towing and storage. (1) Impounded privately owned vehicles will be towed and stored by a contracted wrecker service.

(2) An approved impoundment area belonging to the contracted worker service will be used for the storage of impounded vehicles. This area will assure adequate accountability and security of towed vehicles. One set of keys to the enclosed area will be maintained by the Military Police.

(3) Temporary impoundment and towing of privately owned vehicles for violations of this supplement or involvement in criminal activities will be accomplished under the direct supervision of the Military Police.

(d) Procedure for impoundment. (1) Unattended privately owned vehicles.

(i) DD Form 2504 (Abandoned Vehicle Notice) will be conspicuously placed on privately owned vehicles considered unattended. This action will be documented by an entry in the Military Police desk journal.

(ii) The owner will be allowed three days from the date the privately owned vehicle is tagged to remove the vehicle before impoundment action is initiated. If the vehicle has not been removed after three days, it will be removed by a contracted civilian wrecker service. A DD Form 2505 (Abandoned Vehicle Removal Authorization) will be completed and issued to the contractor by the Military Police.

(iii) After the vehicle has been removed, the Military Police will complete DD Form 2506 (Vehicle Impoundment Report) as a record of the actions taken.

(A) An inventory listing personal property will be done to protect the owner, Military Police, the Contractor, and the Commander.

(B) The contents of a closed container such as a suitcase inside the vehicle need not be inventoried. Such articles should be opened only if necessary to identify the owner of the vehicle or if the container might contain explosives or otherwise present a danger to the public. Merely listing the container and sealing it with security tape will suffice.

(C) Personal property will be placed in the Military Police found property room for safe keeping.

(iv) DD Form 2507 (Notice of Vehicle Impoundment) will be forwarded by certified mail to the address of the last known owner of the vehicle to advise the owner of the impoundment action, and request information concerning the owner's intentions pertaining to the disposition of the vehicle.

(2) Stolen privately owned vehicles or vehicles involved in criminal activity. (i) When the privately owned vehicle is to be held for evidentiary purposes, the vehicle will remain in the custody of the Military Police or CID until law enforcement purposes are served.

(ii) Recovered stolen privately owned vehicles will be released to the registered owner, unless held for evidentiary purposes, or to the law enforcement agency reporting the vehicle stolen.

(iii) A privately owned vehicle held on request of other authorities will be retained in the custody of the Military Police or CID until the vehicle can be released to such authorities.

(e) Search incident to impoundment based on criminal activity. Search of a privately owned vehicle in conjunction with impoundment based on criminal activity will likely occur in one of the following general situations:

(1) The owner or operator is not present. This situation could arise during traffic and crime-related impoundments and abandoned vehicle seizures. A property search related to an investigation of criminal activity should not be conducted without search authority unless the item to be seized is in plain view or is readily discernible on the outside as evidence of criminal activity. When in doubt, proper search authority should be sought, during duty hours, through the Chief, Criminal Law Branch of the Office of Staff Judge Advocate and after duty hours from the Duty Judge Advocate, before searching.

(2) The owner or operator is present. This situation can occur during either a traffic or criminal incident, or if the operator is apprehended for a crime or serious traffic violation and sufficient probable cause exists to seize the vehicle. This situation could also arise during cases of intoxicated driving or traffic accidents in which the operator is present but incapacitated or otherwise unable to make adequate arrangements to safeguard the vehicle. If danger exists to the Military Police or public or if there is risk of loss or destruction of evidence, an investigative type search of the vehicle may be conducted without search authority.

(f) Disposition of vehicles after impoundment. (1) If a privately owned vehicle is impounded for evidentiary purposes, the vehicle can be held for as long as the evidentiary or law enforcement purpose exists. The vehicle must then be returned to the owner without delay unless directed otherwise by competent authority.

(2) If the vehicle is unclaimed after 45 days from the date notification was mailed to the last known owner or the owner released the vehicle by properly completing DD Form 2505, the vehicle will be disposed of by one of the following procedures:

(i) Release to the lienholder, if known.

(ii) Processed as abandoned property in accordance with DOD 4160.21-M.

Appendix A to Part 636—References

Publications and forms referenced in this part may be viewed at the Office of the Provost Marshall on any major Army installation or may be obtained from the National Technical Information Service, U.S. Department of Commerce, 5285 Port Royal Road, Springfield, VA 22161.

In addition to the related publications listed in appendix A to part 634 of this subchapter, the following publications provide a source of additional information:

FS Reg 190-7, Emergency Vehicle Operation

FS Reg 350-1, Active Component Training

FS Reg 385-14, Post Range Regulation

FS Reg 755-2, Lost, Abandoned, or Unclaimed Privately Owned Personal Property

In addition to the prescribed forms used in appendix A to part 634 of this subchapter, the following forms should be used:

AFZP Form Letter 316, Suspension of Driving Privileges

DA Form 3946, Military Police Traffic Accident Report

DA Form 3975, Military Police Report

DD Form 1920, Alcohol Influence Report

DD Form 2220, DOD Registered Vehicle

DD Form 2504, Abandoned Vehicle Notice

DD Form 2505, Abandoned Vehicle Removal Authorization

DD Form 2506, Vehicle Impoundment Report

DD Form 2507, Notice of Vehicle Impoundment

Other References

8 U.S.C. 13.

40 U.S.C. 318a.

Memorandum of Understanding, Subject: Seizure of Assets for Administrative Forfeiture in Drug Related Cases.

Appendixes B-C to Part 636 [Reserved]

Appendix D to Part 636—Glossary

In addition to the terms listed in appendix D to part 634 of this subchapter, the following terms apply:

ATV—All Terrain Vehicles

CID—Criminal Investigation Division

CUCV—Commercial Utility Cargo Vehicle

DDC—Defensive Driving Course

DOD—Department of Defense

DPCA—Directorate of Personnel and Community Activities

DUI—Driving Under the Influence

DDC—Motorcycle Defensive Driving Course

MP—Military Police

NLT—Not later than

USAREUR—United States Army—Europe



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